american psycho where to watch

A wealthy New York investment banking executive conceals his alternate psychopathic personality from his coworkers and friends as he delves deeper into his irrational and arbitrary fantasies.

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american psycho where to watch

Currently, "American Psycho" is available for streaming on Peacock Premium. "American Psycho" can also be downloaded from Amazon Video, Redbox, Vudu, Apple TV, Google Play Movies, YouTube, Microsoft Store, DIRECTV, AMC on Demand, or rented from Amazon Video, Google Play Movies, YouTube, Apple TV, Microsoft Store, DIRECTV, FlixFling, Spectrum On Demand.

It is appropriate that a woman directed "American Psycho." She adapted a novel about bloodlust into a film about male vanity. Patrick Bateman, the protagonist of "American Psycho," is susceptible to the typical masculine drives and compulsions, but Mary Harron sees him as a serial killer. He is simply acting out more.

The majority of males are not chainsaw murderers; they only act this way when conducting business. Observe the merchants grappling on the floor of the stock exchange. Hear used-car dealers attempting to unload excess inventory on one another. Consider the glee with which one multinational corporation stock-raids another and fires its executives. Examine movies such as "In the Company of Men," "Glengarry Glen Ross," "Boiler Room," and "The Big Kahuna." It's a dog-eat-dog world, so you'd better be White Fang to survive.

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The 1991 best-selling novel by Bret Easton Ellis was transferred from one publisher to another like a hot potato. As a film production, it has gone through years of screenplays, directors, and actors. It was acquired by Oliver Stone, who intended to feature Leonardo DiCaprio, but ultimately returned to Harron with Christian Bale in the lead. (To visualize this material in Stone's hands, recall the scene in Ken Russell's "The Music Lovers" in which Tchaikovsky's cranium explodes during "1812 Overture," and then stretch it out into a feature-length film.)

Harron is less impressed by the vile Patrick Bateman than a man would have been, possibly because, as a female film director, she works with men who resemble Bateman in every way except for his corpse count. She perceives a correlation between the time Bateman spends in the morning applying masculine facial products with care and the manner in which he destroys those who annoy, anger, or are simply in his line of sight. He is an egocentric narcissist who is motivated by avarice. The majority of his victims are women, but males will suffice in a pinch.

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